In Reply to: Trying to get pregnant posted by Laurie on November 20, 1998 at 13:12:08:
I've been charting my bbt for several months and I've noticed that after the
rise in temperature for ovulation(the highest it ever goes is 98), my temperature goes right back down
to where it was the first two weeks -- around 97.4 or 97.5. It might stay up a tenth or two .. but
still always below 98. What does that mean? What should I do??
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